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    Daptoamy my sister is naturally very thin, she always used to cop flack for it. When we were in high school one of our teachers actually asked her if she had an eating disorder. She was so angry! She copped more sh!t for being skinny than I did for being fat

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    I am 162 cm tall and 56 kgs so 21 bmi , was in the 40s before having kids but happy where I am now I have lost 15 kgs this year so far and already people are asking me if I am sick. I def felt the stares worse when I was thin than when I was a bit overweight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daptoamy View Post
    Aww bugger it since everyone is being brave here's my pic
    BMI 16 and trying very hard to put it on so skinny (forcing down a piece of toast now lol)
    Waiting for the nasty comments and pro ana crap now
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    Sometimes it's just as hard being skinny as it is being overweight - more comments and too embarrassed to get photographed because people say mean things
    You're slim, yes but your ribs aren't showing and yiu don't seem to look emaciated. Some people are naturally very slim.

    Sent from my pho....oh who am I kidding. It's rarely used as a phone

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    My bmi is 28.8. 168cm tall and 81.3kg. I wish weight came off as easily as it goes on!

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    My bmi is 32.9 :S
    I'm 157cm and 81kg.

    I am a size 14 bottoms and 14-16 shirt depending on cut (g/h cup boobs!)
    I'm labeled obese, but I do not feel it

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    I think it just goes to show that the majority of women are not happy with their size and are actively trying to change it. And BMI is not a reflection of the weight we think we are. Whether that is right or wrong.....

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    I'm 174cm and 50.5kg currently trying to put some weight on, my BMI is in the under weight range but I don't think I look too thin although I'm sure others would disagree with that I have pretty big self-image issues though

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    I'm 164cm, 48kg when not pregnant and a size 6-8. BMI is 17, which classes me as underweight by 2kg.

    I have always been petite. The most I've ever weighed was 55kg and that was from a 2 month holiday that consisted of eating out every day and binge drinking. Pre dd, 45kg was MY healthy weight and since dd 48kg is what I sit at and is normal for me.
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    I am 173cm and hovering around 54kg now after dropping from 69.5 earlier this year (thanks to belonging to a great fitness/weightloss challenge on bubhub). That makes my bmi around 18.2 I think. I am a size 8 in tops and a size 8-10 in pants and skirts.

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    Currently it's 27 I had DD2 6 weeks ago so I'm just waiting for the all clear to get back into a good gym routine.

    I didn't realize how much weight I'd put on during my pregnancy and now it's really bummed me out. Normally my BMI hovers around 22-23 so I want to get back to that healthy range before the end of the year.


 

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